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"We warned you at Nasrec" ANC's Yengeni says things will get worse

Tony Yengeni, an ANC veteran who is exceptionally reproachful of president Cyril Ramaphosa's organization, asserted that at the Nasrec gathering they cautioned against his political decision, yet no one tuned in.

Now that the nation is starting to experience the impacts of loadshedding, they will comprehend the reason why a few companions at Nasrec went against Ramaphosa's triumph, as indicated by him.

However long the media doesn't shout and yell, a cross country power outage is impending. Things are starting to decay! "At Nasrec, we cautioned you," expressed Tony Yengeni.

A few South Africans are enraged by the way that the nation is going through stage 6 loadshedding, however no heads have yet rolled. The area's chiefs are as yet sitting serenely in their, important, influential places.

The president doesn't address general society on a pressing premise, and Pravin Gordan keeps on being praised and approached like a child by the established press.

Without a doubt, we are a banana republic. Eskom is the main component that will guarantee the ANC is completely eliminated from power by 2024, from certain perspectives.

Yengeni says that the much-promoted new day break of president Cyril Ramaphosa has been postponed on the grounds that residents are going through hours in obscurity, notwithstanding his longstanding promise to resolve the issues at Eskom.

Tony Yengeni urges President Cyril Ramaphosa to make the best decision and address the country on the emergency pointing toward the South Africa and the Phala embarrassment. President Ramaphosa has all the earmarks of being disregarding the emergency and declining to address inquiries regarding the Phala outrage.

"You should address the country on two matters, Mhlekazi.

Tony Yengeni illuminates Cyril Ramaphosa about the Stage 6 Eskom blackout and #PhalaPhalaFarmGate.

The individuals who are stunned by Ramaphosa's absence of criticalness guarantee that he seems to have no respect for South Africans.

This individual ought to have remained down and purged his standing, yet rather he's voyaging and twerking for the G7. What does he accept the G7 think after seeing him? Ramaphosa's naysayers expressed.


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